ZOO

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* [http://archives.math.utk.edu/software/multi-platform/gap/util/unzoo.c unzoo.c] (Does not support LZW/LZD.)
 
* [http://archives.math.utk.edu/software/multi-platform/gap/util/unzoo.c unzoo.c] (Does not support LZW/LZD.)
 
* [http://cd.textfiles.com/carousel/013A/BOOZ102.ZIP BOOZ102.ZIP] - Booz (Barebones Ooz) (Does not support LZH.)
 
* [http://cd.textfiles.com/carousel/013A/BOOZ102.ZIP BOOZ102.ZIP] - Booz (Barebones Ooz) (Does not support LZH.)
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== Sample files ==

Revision as of 01:45, 8 December 2019

File Format
Name ZOO
Ontology
Extension(s) .zoo
PRONOM x-fmt/269

ZOO was one of the many competing archive formats in the 1980s, and was based on the LZW compression system. It had some popularity with Open/VMS and Amiga systems, but didn't ultimately win out over ZIP.

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Identification

Files have bytes DC A7 C4 FD at offset 20.

Compression

There are three known compression algorithms: 0 is uncompressed; 1 is LZW, also called "LZD"; 2 is "LZH".

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